Wyoming March 13, 2016
12 Perfect Places To Go In Wyoming If You’re Feeling Adventurous
Everything about Wyoming screams adventure. The terrain in Wyoming is so diverse and therefore offers a whole myriad of activities. In this rugged, yet beautiful and serene state, you can find some not-so-common adventures year-round. So, here are 12 perfect places to go in Wyoming if you’re feeling adventurous. Even if you’re not feeling it, you should try these anyway.
1. Spelunking At Tongue River Cave
Caving or spelunking is a very thrilling way to spend a day, no matter how you look at it. At Tongue River Cave, you will see many fascinating and unusual rock formations. The cave is part of the Bighorn National Forest and weaves its way through more than a mile of limestone river channels.
2. Llama Trekking At Wind River Range
If you don't do anything else, you haven't lived until you have gone llama trekking in Wind River Range. This is a guided llama pack trip. The llama does the hard work by carrying your pack and you are free to just enjoy the breathtaking scenery.
3. Ice Climbing In Cody
Don't look down! You will definitely test your limits when climbing vertically up a frozen waterfall. This festival is an annual event that always falls on President's Day weekend. This is quite the adventure!
4. Off-Road Adventures At Killpecker Sand Dunes
If you zoom in and look closely at this picture, you will see a truck at the base of Boar's Tusk. This extinct volcano is located in Sweetwater County. The Killpecker Sand Dunes are also located nearby. In this area, you can take your off-road vehicle and have at it. This is your go crazy adventure!
5. Hiking Bomber Mountain
Bomber Mountain is part of the Big Horn Mountains. A hike up Bomber Mountain will lead you to wreckage of a plane that was headed to Nebraska in route to England to join forces in the bombing missions of WWII. Here, you have your historic adventure.
6. Zip Lining in Big Horn
Zip lining is an exhilarating experience where you can explore nature from just above the tree tops. With this adventure, you will gain a whole new perspective on the world around you.
7. Climbing Devils Tower
This is not one of those fun relaxing adventures. If you want to experience an extreme adventure, then you will want to climb Devils Tower. You will look and feel like an ant ascending this unique and unusual formation.
8. Hot Air Balloon Rides In The Grand Tetons
If you want to float on air over the Grand Tetons, then a hot air balloon is a great way to embark on a memorable adventure.
9. White Water Rafting The Snake River
You will definitely enjoy an adrenaline rush as you brave the rapids of the Snake River. You can enjoy the scenic route or the thrilling route.
10. Paragliding In Jackson Hole
All it takes for this adventure is a few running steps and you are off floating in the air. Enjoy the scenery from your comfortable chair harness.
11. Wildlife Safari In Jackson Hole
Guides will lead you on this amazing adventure through Jackson Hole, the National Elk Refuge, Grand Teton, and Yellowstone National Park to catch some spectacular views of wildlife native to the area.
12. A Visit To Heart Mountain Japanese Internment Camp
This is a more somber adventure but one well worth it. Heart Mountain is located near Cody and offers a way to experience life during World War II through the eyes of the Japanese who were confined to this area.
Are you interested in any of these adventures? What others would you add to this list?